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Craftsman 315.27441 Owner's Manual page 6

Industrial die grinder double insulated
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OPERATION
(Cont.)
Wheel Dia.
Wi,!h
Ovel
hang
1
3/4
5/8
1/2
3/8
DO NOT
EXCEED
THESE
GRINDING
WHEEL
SIZES
Plain Wheels
Shaped Wheels
1/4" Mandrel
1/4" Mandrel
Wheel Thickness
Wheel Dia.
Wheel Thickness
Wheel Dia.
3/4
1
1
1-1/2
1-1/4
1/8"
Mandre_
Wheel Thickness
1
1/8
3/4
1/4
5/8
1/4
1/2
3/8
3/8
1/2
1
1
3/4
1-1/8
11/16
1-1/4
1/2
3/4
1/4
1-1/16
1/8" Mandrel
Wheel
Dia.
Wheel
Thicknes_
1/4
1/2
5/8
1/2
1/2
3/8
3/8
1/2
For additional information consult
"The safety requirements
for the Use, Care and P!otection
of
Abrasive Wheels"
ANSI B7.1-1978. Write "The American
National
Standards
institute,
Inc,
1430
Broadway,
New York, New York, 10018,"
SAFE AND EFFICIENT OPERATION
Always allow your Grinder
to operate
as it was
designed,
Never force tool. Excessive pressure on
tool can be the cause of poor results and a source of
___LOCKING
PIN
M_ANDRCE OLLET SHAFT
Fig.
4
Pressure between
wheel and work should
never be
so heavy to cause bending
or springing of Mandrel
This is of particular
importance
when using wheels
with small Mandrel diameters.
TO ATTACH WHEEL OR FILE TO GRINDER
IMPORTANT
-- BE SURE POWER CORD IS
DISCONNECTED
FROM POWER SUPPLY.
1. See Fig. 4. Press eollet shaft looking pin and turn
shaft until pin engages into hole in shaft.
2. Insert mandrel into eollet shaft a minimum of 5/8"
to prevent wheel or file
from disengaging
from
grinder while in use.
NOTE: Inserting mandrel a minimum
of 5/8"
into
collet shaft provides a minimum overhang which
will insure less vibration and better results.
3. Tighten collet nut securely with wrench provided
4. Release locking
pin.
NOTE: ALWAYS CHECK CUTTER FOR TIGHTNESS
BEFORE
EACH
USE, LOOSE
CUTTER
CAN BE
THROWN
FROM
TOOL
WITH
CONSIDERABLE
FORCE CAUSING
INJURY.
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